Mental Health Services
We support you to create a unique, flexible and personalised mental health plan. We know that for a plan to be successful, it must be your plan, not ours. At the heart of the planning process are identifiable, realistic and achievable goals, with measurable steps of progression, relevant to you.
If you are living with a mental health condition, Chorus Disability Employment Services can provide information, advice and the best ways to look for work.
We partner with you to plan your road to recovery. We help you set goals, decide your own program and provide the support and opportunity to achieve them.
Chorus offers a range of social activities. Visit new places and meet new people! Social activities are fun ways to try something different, and pursue a hobby or an interest. We can also visit you one-on-one in the home.
How to get help
To use our services you do not need to be formally diagnosed with a mental illness. Call us to see what funding assistance is available and whether you qualify.
If you are in crisis please contact one of the following support services:
Lifeline 13 11 14 (confidential telephone crisis support service available 24/7 from a landline, payphone or mobile).
Suicide Call Back Service 1300 659 467
If life is in danger, call 000